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to. it's the same with ann coulter she's attacked for the looks, hairing with weight. since we're talking about looks to notice the remarkable improvement over the years in the physical charges of women in the political realm. consider for a moment betty ferdan. one of the first feminist to emerge in the early '60s. now fast forward 2012 consider skeet writer se. quite a difference, won't you say. there was nothing that matched the media elite to the sarah palin. sudden of course until you consider the fact she was the normally popular sitting governor in the largest state in america. that the barack obama bothered no one in the mainstream media. he a rÉsume reed thin with double space and extra large fontd it could barely take up a page. [laughter] [applause] >> and my cracker jack research team got their hands on that document on barack obama's rÉsume. back in 2007, when he was looking to ditch the senate gig and move up in life. let me read a little bit for you. objective leader of the free world. experience, 2005, 2007 u.s. senator. in the job description he wrote, talked
automatic rejection of anything sarah palin says or thinks. try with ann coulter. same reaction. actually try with any well-known female who is unapologetically nonliberal and you get the identical level idling with just absolute amazement. liberals hate now the conservative women. they hate this new generation of independent conservative brash talking woman that rejects the 1970s era feminist dogma. it's insulting that for all the wonderful things are done for women some of them just reduce to show any gratitude. liberals have worked so hard to break down the barriers of sexism that when sarah palin burst onto the scene with her unique brand of cheerful conservatism, they had no choice but to attack her for her looks, her hair, her outfits, her education, for her children, for her make it. for a group of folks who try so hard to eliminate sexism from the national discourse, liberals sure know how to use it when they need to. is the same width ann coulter. she is attacked rightly for her looks, her hair, her weight. notice the remarkable improvement over the years of the physical charms o
that are being published this week. ann coulter presents her thoughts on race in the united states in "mugged." michael gordon, a chief military correspondent for "the new york times" and journalist and retired marine corps lieutenant general bernard treynor in "the endgame." in "ike's bluff: president eisenhower's secret battle to save the world," evan thomas recounts the tenure of president dwight eisenhower. dakota meyer and former assistant secretary of defense ben west recount the or first medal of honor to a marine in over three decades in "into the fire." janet wallich recounts the life of eddie green who made her fortune on wall street in the early 20th century in "the richest woman in america." in "our sarah: made in alaska," sarah palin's father and brother tell their personal stories of the former vice presidential candidate. a collection of recordings from july 1962 of president kennedy in conversation from to value office and the cabinet room in "listening in: the secret white house recordings of john f. kennedy." look for these titles in bookstores this coming week, and watch fo
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